Simply Beverages, a brand of Atlanta-based The Coca-Cola Co., is entering a new product category with the introduction of its chilled, ready-to-drink Simply smoothie fruit smoothies. The new beverage lineup offer an easy and convenient way to consume a healthy snack — nothing to chop, blend or clean up, the company says. Simply smoothie will be available in three flavors: Strawberry Banana, Mango Pineapple and Orchard Berry.
Not many 12 year olds can say that they have pitched their business on TV’s “Shark Tank,” introduced then-President Barack Obama at the United State of Women Summit, who jokingly suggested he should work for her, and formed her own nonprofit, Healthy Hive Foundation, which is aimed at saving the honeybee and the food supply.
Although a staple within the North American beverage market, the juice and juice drinks category has been challenged as other beverage categories have emerged as go-to options for consumers in terms of hydration and refreshment.
Beverage company places ad to encourage support for research hospital
December 18, 2018
Commemorating a quarter century as a continuing partner of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, National Beverage Corp., Fort Lauderdale, Fla., implores others to join its mission to provide miracles for children stricken with life-threatening illnesses.
As health and wellness continues to be a big topic, POM Wonderful released a new campaign showing the benefits of its products. SodaStream built the "Holy Turtle," a 1,000-fot floating unit that collects plastic pollution.
Little Villager available in three kid-friendly flavors
November 5, 2018
San Diego-based Villager Goods launched Little Villager, a low-sugar and flavorful organic beverage for kids. Co-founded by active and health-conscious parents Josh Landan and Jeff Hansson, Villager Goods is also owned in partnership with a team of professional surf, skateboard, and snowboard athlete investor-ambassadors.
The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, reported continued momentum in its business for 2018, with strong financial results for the third quarter. Although reported net revenues for the quarter declined because of refranchising, the company delivered broad-based organic revenue (non-GAAP) and volume growth across all operating groups, while gaining value share globally, it reports.
Our June 2019 issue features a cover story on a prominent female figure in the beverage world – Heineken USA’s CEO Maggie Timoney. Also featured in this issue is the Top 100 Beverage Companies of 2018, a focus on the tea category and much more. As usual we gathered the latest products and packaging to help guide our readers through the newest trends this summer.
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